In this season of giving:
At Cedar Sinai Park’s Robison Jewish Health Center, we are honored to provide a home and healthcare for so many wonderful residents — residents like Sarah and Abraham. Sarah* came to Robison after she fell and broke her hip while in her mid-80s, and Abraham* lived independently until he suffered a debilitating stroke just after his 86th birthday. Unfortunately the resources available, including Medicaid, do not meet the costs of Sarah or Abraham’s care.
Over half of all residents at Robison are supported by Medicaid, but this program covers only a fraction of the total costs of health care. Once these medical costs are met, CSP must seek the resources needed to provide an environment that engages and fulfills the lives of the people that call Robison “Home”. We need your help in honoring this commitment to provide life care, regardless of their ability to pay.
For over 90 years, the Jewish community has looked to Robison Jewish Health Center as a leader in elder care. We provide the highest quality of health care, but strive to do much more – we provide life care. The commitment of our supporters has helped us continue our tradition of high-quality care in a home-like environment for our residents, based on the belief that care involves more that covering basic medical needs.
During this time of Thanksgiving in our country, we are grateful for you and for the support of our community. In the spirit of #GivingTuesday**, we hope you will consider making a gift online today to support any charitable cause you deeply care about whether it is our residents in need or another organization. Online giving to Cedar Sinai Park is quick and easy. Click here to give now.
*Not their real names
**#GivingTuesday is “a global day dedicated to giving back,” and a day when people “around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.”